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South Korea signs deal to pay 8% more to host US troops

South Korea and the United States signed a formal agreement on Friday (March 8) under which the former will pay 8.2 per cent more to host American troops.

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In Vancouver, Barack Obama speaks on Sarah Palin and meeting with Justin Trudeau

In a wide-ranging conversation with the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade, former U.S. president Barack Obama looked back on his presidency and ahead to big-picture issues like climate change, economic inequality and the unique relationship between Canada and the U.S.

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US, South Korea to Hold Joint Drills Next Week – Reports

The annual command post exercises of South Korea and the United States, previously known as Key Resolve, will now be named “Dong Maeng” and will be held on 4-12 March, the Yonhap news agency reported on Sunday, citing military sources.

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Russia, US present rival UNSC resolutions on Venezuela

Russia and the United States are trying to push through two rival resolutions at the UN Security Council to address the crisis in Venezuela.

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N. Korea, US Begin Working-level Talks in Sweden

Senior officials from North Korea and the United States reportedly kicked off working-level talks on Saturday in Sweden to prepare for a second summit between their leaders.

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Souring US ties prompt China to seek sweeter trade with India

The ongoing trade war between China and the United States is pushing the Asian powerhouse to sweeten ties with neighbouring India.

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Congress Missed Its Chance to Strangle the Imperial Presidency in Its Cradle

There are growing bipartisan concern s and warnings about the unrestrained power of presidents to take the republic into war. That worry has surfaced most recently with respect to U.S. military involvement in Syria and the looming danger of war with Iran.

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Will currency be next battlefield of US-China trade war?

rade tensions have been escalating between China and the United States recently, and it seems US President Donald Trump is not backing down from his tariff plans toward China and other trading partners.

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N Korea warns Japan not to meddle with denuclearization

North Korea has again warned Japan not to interfere in its denuclearisation issue, stating that Tokyo has nothing to do with the former’s recent agreements with South Korea and the United States.

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US, Russian top military commanders talk about Syrian crisis, avoiding clashes

The U.S. and Russian top military commanders met in Helsinki on Friday, and press releases from the two sides mentioned that the crisis in Syria and ways of preventing clashes in Syria between Russia and the U.S.-led alliance were discussed.

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Who is Kim Yong Chol, North Korea’s most trusted envoy?

AS preparations for the on-again-off-again summit between North Korea and the United States continue, Pyongyang has given a strong indication of how seriously they are taking the talks by their choice of envoy to America.

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Trilateral South Korea-North Korea-US Summit May Be Held in June – Reports

The trilateral summit of leaders of South Korea, North Korea and the United States may be held “around June 12” in Singapore, which is going to host the meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the South Korean presidential office said on Monday.

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China using ‘debtbook diplomacy’ to spread its strategic aims in Asia Pacific

The Chinese government is leveraging billions of dollars in debts to gain political leverage with developing countries across Asia and the Pacific, a new report presented to the US State Department claims.

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Iran Takes Diplomatic Approach Amid Rising Regional Tensions

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is leaving for a diplomatic tour of China, Russia and the EU late Saturday as Israel and the US try to push the Islamic state into war.

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China’s ZTE may be first major casualty of trade war with US

ZTE, one of the world’s largest telecom equipment makers, may be the first major casualty of a trade war brewing between China and the US.

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